Treasure hunters dig for gold as beach cleanup continues

City cleanup crews have been working around the clock to clear garbage from area beaches after a holiday weekend.Some residents are spending the day looking

BROOKLYN - City cleanup crews have been working around the clock to clear garbage from area beaches after a holiday weekend.

Some residents are spending the day looking for treasure among the trash. Many are using metal detectors to find unusual items others may have left behind. Beachgoers left trash, food, and other debris at Manhattan beach.

Cleanup is expected to be finished at the end of the day.

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